Health advice

With the colder weather approaching it's true to say you can expect some colds, coughs and sneezes amongst your housemates and classmates

If you are starting to feel unwell you should avoid coming onto campus, stay at home and try to limit your contact with others. 

And don’t forget that Covid is still present (and cases are rising!) so it’s event more important to stay well and reduce sharing your germs with others!

For up to date covid-safe advice visit Coronavirus (COVID-19) - NHS (

We encourage all staff and students to be fully vaccinated against Covid-19, so make sure you get vaccinated as soon as possible. In the UK, anybody aged 18 or over is eligible for the vaccination for free, regardless of their nationality or immigration status. If you’re not already fully vaccinated, you can receive a first, second or booster dose of the vaccine through the UK National Health Service (NHS). A reminder you can get your Covid vaccines via a local walk-in centre (the closest to campus is the QE Hospital Hub) visit NHS walk-in vaccination sites

It's always good to check all your vaccinations are up to date and a reminder if you need medical advice to contact your Doctor (General Practitioner) or speak to the NHS Direct via 111:  Get medical help - NHS 111.


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